Chief Executive Officer Datuk Seri Shazalli Ramly said the company would study the viability of the plan carefully as it required a dedicated end-to-end system for the iPhone.
“Unlike normal GSM phone, the iPhone requires lots of after-sales service and a good support and customer service system,” he told reporters at a briefing of the company’s 2009 financial results.
My two cents
Still considering? Isn’t it a bit too late? Or, Celcom is afraid that their customer service is not good enough to handle iPhone users?
To myself, the statement of Celcom CEO sounds like jealousy, “We wish we got the iPhone deal too”.
What do you think?